By Ron Edmondson on Jan 22, 2020
Years of training and counseling have given Ron Edmondson some insights into the unique relationship of pastors and pastors' wives.
By Charles Stone on Oct 22, 2019
One survey discovered that 85 percent of pastors' wives feel unprepared for the ministry lifestyle.
By Adam Russell on Feb 12, 2020
This is the sort of admission that reveals just how mysterious marriage--and preaching--can be.
By Joe Mckeever on May 10, 2019
Joe McKeever: "She has the best seat in the house and the hardest job."
By Charles Stone on Feb 22, 2019
Eight in ten pastors’ wives say they feel unappreciated or unaccepted by their husband’s congregations. Charles Stone and his wife give insight into how to protect your spouse and your marriage during the sometimes difficult calling of pastoral ministry.
By Josh Reich on Oct 9, 2021
If you talk to any pastor or his wife and ask them about friends, more than likely you will get a sad, longing look.
By Josh Reich on May 3, 2019
It's hard to do but incredibly helpful to your church. Your marriage is unique because of who you are and who your wife is.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2021
1 Timothy 3:2 records that "the overseer is to be above reproach, faithful to his wife . . .". This means that marriage is a crucial element for a pastor. But what happens when you drift apart?
By Ron Edmondson on Dec 17, 2019
Sometimes we do the wrong thing before we even knew we did the wrong thing.
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 4, 2020
Earlier this year, author and pastor Joe McKeever lost his beloved wife of more than 50 years, Margaret. In this moving article, he reflects on what it means to "adjust" to the new reality--and how faith requires an adjustment, as well.
By Lance Witt on Feb 9, 2021
I confess to you that I am a hurrier. I wish I had a dollar for every time my kids have heard me say in an agitated tone “Hurry up!” Sometimes I walk in a hurry and leave my wife behind. When I have to wait in line, or a flight gets delayed, or there is dead time in a worship service, or someone is telling a long story, I find myself internally saying, “Could you please hurry up?”